Food Safety

ISO 22000 - The Food Safety Management System Standard

ISO 22000 is a Food Safety Management System Standard that was first published in 2005 by ISO Technical Committee 34. The standard is based on HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) which is a process level methodology that is employed in food handling activities in order to identify and reduce food safety risks to consumers.

ISO 22000 goes beyond the process level and addresses overall management system elements within an organization which are considered key to the success of a HACCP program and provides a requirements framework that allows for organizations at all stages of the food processing chain to become certified.

 

How we can help

SSA can help organizations by providing fundamental Training Services to help interpret the requirements of ISO 22000. We also offer advanced ISO 22000 training for Auditors and Lead Auditors based on ISO 19011. See Public Courses. Request an In-House Course.

Our for Management System certification services for ISO 22000 are based on ISO 17021 (the standard that applies for accreditation of Management System Certification Bodies). As an accredited Third-Party Certification Body for ISO 22000 our approach to certification services is one where we create positive environment which is conducive for achieving Management System objectives. Request a Quotation for Certification.

SSA can support organizations that are currently certified or that have chosen a different Certification Body by providing assessment services to either help get them ready for certification and/or by providing on-going Internal Audits after ISO 22000 certification has been achieved.

For individual ISO 22000 Auditors, Consultants, Instructors and Technical Experts that wish to become certified, QSI administers a Personnel Certification Program based on ISO 17024.

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